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Author Interviews

Ta-Nehisi Coates On His Work And The Painful Process Of Getting Conscious

The writer, whose Between The World And Me was the winner of this year's National Book Award in nonfiction, talks about his process and the classmate and friend to whom he dedicated the award.

Republican U.S. presidential candidates Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Rick Santorum pray at the Presidential Family Forum in Des Moines, Iowa, November 20, 2015. The question of how to treat Syrian refugees has evoked different reactions in political evangelicals. Mark Kauzlarich/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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What Does the Bible Say About Refugees? Depends Who You Ask

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Book Two S. Maharba
Ailleurs Nemir
Jumpin'
Skylark Interabang?! Sabzi
The Keeper

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Ta-Nehisi Coates On His Work And The Painful Process Of Getting Conscious

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